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[image]John Grunsfeld Addresses the Crowd - NASA
Astronaut John Grunsfeld, STS-125 mission specialist, addresses a large crowd of well-wishers at the STS-125 crew return ceremony on May 26, 2009 at Ellington Field near NASA's Johnson Space Center.
Keywords: Who -- John Grunsfeld; What -- STS-125; Where -- Johnson Space Center JSC
Downloads: 43
[image]First Family Tours KSC
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama meet with STS-134 space shuttle Endeavor commander Mark Kelly, right, and shuttle astronauts, from left, Andrew Feustel, European Space Agency’s Roberto Vittori, Michael Fincke, Gregory H. Johnson, and Greg Chamitoff, after their launch was scrubbed, Friday, April 29, 2011, at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla. Photo Credit: (NASA/Bill Ingalls)
Downloads: 5
[image]Positioned for Success - NASA
Astronaut John Grunsfeld, positioned on a foot restraint on the end of Atlantis' remote manipulator system, participated in the mission's fifth and final spacewalk as work continued to refurbish and upgrade the Hubble Space Telescope. During the seven-hour spacewalk, Grunsfeld and astronaut Andrew Feustel out of frame installed a battery group replacement, removed and replaced a fine guidance sensor and three thermal blankets that protect Hubble's electronics...
Keywords: Who -- John Grunsfeld; What -- Hubble Space Telescope HST
Downloads: 42
[image]John Grsunfeld and Andrew Feustel Practice Servicing Hubble - NASA
At the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory pool, astronauts John Grunsfeld and Andrew Feustel practice installing Hubble's new Wide Field Camera 3 for STS-125, Hubble Servicing Mission 4.
Keywords: Who -- John Grunsfeld; What -- STS-125
Downloads: 42
[image]Bill Taub - NASA
In keeping with the semi-quarantine for the Apollo 11 mission, NASA photographer Bill Taub having blood test prior to photographing Apollo 11 crew -- Neil A. Armstrong, Michael Collins and Edwin E. Aldrin, Jr. Administering the blood test in the Launch Site Medical Operations Laboratory is Cheryl Tuchman. Credit: NASA
Keywords: Who -- Neil A. Armstrong; Who -- Michael Collins; What -- Apollo 11
Downloads: 23
[image]Grunsfeld Prepares for Takeoff - NASA
Astronaut John M. Grunsfeld, STS-109 payload commander, photographed in the rear station of a T-38 trainer jet, prepares for a flight at Ellington Field near Johnson Space Center JSC in January 2002.
Keywords: What -- STS-109; Where -- Johnson Space Center JSC
Downloads: 41
[image]Space Mural - Robert McCall
McCall's work, ''The Space Mural -- A Cosmic View,'' can be seen at the National Air and Space Museum on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. Credit: Robert McCall
Keywords: Where -- Washington
Downloads: 59
[image]John Grunsfeld Official Portrait - NASA
John M. Grunsfeld, official portrait from October 2000
Keywords: Who -- John Grunsfeld
Downloads: 34
[image]Focus on Hubble - NASA
STS-125 mission specialist John Grunsfeld uses a still camera at an overhead window on the aft flight deck of the Earth-orbiting space shuttle Atlantis to photograph the Hubble Space Telescope after its release from Atlantis' remote manipulator system robotic arm. Image Credit: NASA
Keywords: Who -- John Grunsfeld; What -- STS-125; What -- Earth; What -- Space Shuttle Orbiter; What -- Hubble Space Telescope HST
Downloads: 48
[image]Watching the Plot Boards - NASAPhoto by Bill Taub
Looking intently at the booster performance plot boards in the blockhouse just after launch of a Saturn rocket are left to right: Dr. George Mueller, Associate Administrator for Manned Space Flight, NASA Headquarters; Dr. Wernher von Braun, Director, Marshall Space Flight Center; Dr. Eberhard Rees, Deputy Director, Marshall Space Flight Center; in the left foreground Lt. Col. Rocco Petrone, Chief, Heavy Launch Vehicles, J...
Keywords: What -- Saturn; Where -- NASA Headquarters; Where -- Marshall Space Flight Center MSFC; Where -- Kennedy Space Center KSC
Downloads: 24
[image]John Grunsfeld Prepares for Another Spacewalk - NASA
Astronaut John Grunsfeld, STS-125 mission specialist, attired in his Extravehicular Mobility Unit EMU spacesuit, is pictured in the Earth-orbiting Space Shuttle Atlantis' airlock as he prepares for the mission's fifth and final session of extravehicular activity EVA.
Keywords: Who -- John Grunsfeld; What -- STS-125; What -- Earth; What -- Space Shuttle Orbiter
Downloads: 46
[image]Alan Shepard - NASAPhoto by Bill Taub
A closeup of astronaut Alan Shepard in his space suit seated inside the Mercury capsule. He is undergoing a flight simulation test with the capsule mated to the Redstone booster. Credit: NASAPhoto by Bill Taub
Keywords: Who -- Alan B. Shepard, Jr; What -- Mercury
Downloads: 36
[image]First Family Tours KSC
Terry White, United Space Alliance project lead for thermal protection systems, left, shows President Barack Obama and his family, from left, First Lady Michelle Obama, Malia, Marian Robinson and Sasha, how tiles work on the space shuttle during their visit to the Orbital Processing Facility at the NASA Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla., Friday, April 29, 2011. Photo Credit: (NASA/Bill Ingalls)
Downloads: 4
[image]First Family Tours KSC
President Barack Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama, daughters Malia, left, Sasha, Marian Robinson, Astronaut Janet Kavandi and United Space Alliance project lead for thermal protection systems Terry White, walk under the landing gear of the space shuttle Atlantis as they visit Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla., Friday, April 29, 2011. Photo Credit: (NASA/Bill Ingalls)
Downloads: 4
[image]John Grunsfeld and Mike Massimino Inspect Electronics - NASA
John Grunsfeld left and Mike Massimino inspect a new electronics card for the Space Telescope Imaging Spectrograpgh STIS instrument with STIS Repair Manager Tammy Faulkner of Goddard. Looking on are Christy Hansen, JSC EVA engineer, and Tomas Gonzalez-Torres, JSC lead EVA officer.
Keywords: Who -- John Grunsfeld; Where -- Johnson Space Center JSC
Downloads: 38
[image]Bill Taub - NASA
As NASA's first senior photographer, Bill Taub covered every major agency event from the beginning of the Mercury project through the end of Apollo. ''I had the privilege to be there to record it. I made sure I recorded it to the best of my ability, because I have a sense of history,'' said Taub in a 2006 interview. Taub died on Feb. 20, 2010. Credit: NASA
Keywords: What -- Mercury
Downloads: 22
[image]Shuttles, Stations, and Spacewalkers - Robert McCall
This 1979 mural depicting multiple shuttles, stations and astronauts at work is on display in the auditorium at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston. Credit: Robert McCall
Keywords: Where -- Johnson Space Center JSC
Downloads: 56
[image]Mercury Astronauts - NASAPhoto by Bill Taub
The original Mercury astronauts are pictured around a table admiring an Atlas model. Standing, left to right, are Alan B. Shepard Jr., Walter M. Schirra Jr., and John H. Glenn Jr.; sitting, left to right are Virgil I. Grissom, M. Scott Carpenter, Donald Slayton, and L. Gordon Cooper Jr.Credit: NASAPhoto by Bill Taub
Keywords: Who -- Scott Carpenter; Who -- Donald Slayton; Who -- Gordon Cooper; What -- Mercury; What -- Atlas
Downloads: 61
[image]John Grunsfeld Rehearses his Duties for STS-109 - NASA
Astronaut John M. Grunsfeld, STS-109 payload commander, uses virtual reality hardware at Johnson Space Center to rehearse some of his duties prior to the STS-109 mission. The most familiar form of virtual reality technology is some form of headpiece, which fits over your eyes and displays a three dimensional computerized image of another place. Turn your head left and right, and you see what would be to your sides; turn around, and you see what might be sneaking up on you...
Keywords: Who -- John Grunsfeld; What -- STS-109; What -- International Space Station ISS; Where -- Johnson Space Center JSC
Downloads: 42
[image]An Artist at Work - NASA
Artist Robert McCall working on mural ''Opening the Space Frontier - the Next Giant Leap'' in the Teague Auditorium of Building 2, at the Johnson Space Center in 1979. McCall began the layout of the mural with charcoal and the original layout was done on a flat canvas. To make the transition to the curved wall on the auditorium Bob made slides of the original and projected them on the wall as seen in views...
Keywords: Where -- Johnson Space Center JSC
Downloads: 44
[image]John Glenn - NASAPhoto by Bill Taub
Overall view of Astronaut John Glenn, Jr., as he enters into the spacecraft Friendship 7 prior to MA-6 launch operations at Launch Complex 14. Astronaut Glenn is entering his spacecraft to begin the first manned Earth orbital mission. Credit: NASAPhoto by Bill Taub
Keywords: Who -- John H. Glenn; What -- Earth
Downloads: 52
[image]John Grunsfeld and Richard Linnehan Repair the Hubble Space Telescope During STS-109 - NASA
Astronauts John M. Grunsfeld top and Richard M. Linnehan participate in a 6 hour, 48 minute space walk designed to install a new Power Control Unit PCU on the Hubble Space Telescope HST. The two went on to replace the original unit launched with the telescope in April 1990. Grunsfeld is on the end of Columbia's Remote Manipulator System RMS robotic arm, controlled from inside the crew cabin by astronaut Nancy J...
Keywords: Who -- John Grunsfeld; Who -- Richard Linnehan; What -- Hubble Space Telescope HST; What -- STS-109
Downloads: 54
[image]First Family Tours KSC
President Barack Obama holds hands with his daughter Malia as they walk under the space shuttle Atlantis with First Lady Michelle Obama, Sasha, and Marian Robinson during a tour they received of the NASA Orbital Processing Facility given by Astronaut, Janet Kavandi, and United Space Alliance project lead for thermal protection systems Terry White, right, at the NASA Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla., Friday, April 29, 2011...
Downloads: 6
[image]Apollo 4 Liftoff - NASAPhoto by Bill Taub
The Apollo 4 unmanned mission lifts off from launch pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center. This would be the first flight for the enormous Saturn V rocket that would eventually take humans to the Moon. Credit: NASAPhoto by Bill Taub
Keywords: What -- Apollo 4; What -- Saturn; What -- Moon; Where -- Kennedy Space Center KSC
Downloads: 34
[image]Gemini 5 - NASAPhoto by Bill Taub
View of Astronaut Charles Conrad Jr. through the window as he sits in the Gemini 5 spacecraft during preflight activities. Credit: NASAPhoto by Bill Taub
Keywords: What -- Gemini 5
Downloads: 36
[image]Ticker Tape Parade for Apollo 11 - NASAPhoto by Bill Taub
New York City welcomes Apollo 11 crewmen in a showering of ticker tape down Broadway and Park Avenue in a parade termed as the largest in the city's history. Pictured in the lead car, from the right, are astronauts Neil A. Armstrong, commander; Michael Collins, command module pilot; and Edwin E. Aldrin Jr., lunar module pilot. The three astronauts teamed for the first manned lunar landing, on July 20, 1969.Credit: NASAPhoto by Bill Taub
Keywords: Who -- Neil A. Armstrong; Who -- Michael Collins; What -- Apollo 11; Where -- New York City
Downloads: 45
[image]Handshake in Space - Robert McCall
This 1974 McCall painting depicts the historic docking of American and Soviet spacecraft during the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project. The July 1975 mission was the first joint mission between the two Cold War rivals, paving the way for future cooperation in orbit. Credit: Robert McCall
Downloads: 70
[image]Mission Patches - NASA/Robert McCall
Robert McCall created art work for several NASA missions that was turned into mission patches. Often, the art work was inspired by the spacecraft themselves, along with concepts of the Earth, sun, and other space-related objects. Shown here are selected mission patches from the Apollo and Space Shuttle program that were created by McCall. Credit: NASA/Robert McCall
Keywords: What -- Earth; What -- Sun; What -- Space Shuttle Orbiter
Downloads: 72
[image]Space Odyssey - Robert McCall/MGM
This painting by artist Robert McCall, ''Orion Leaving Space Station,'' shows a space vehicle darting from the lit bay of a wheel-shaped space station. It was used in a promotional poster for Stanley Kubrik's 1968 sci-fi classic, ''2001: A Space Odyssey.'' Credit: Robert McCall/MGM
Keywords: What -- Orion
Downloads: 124
[image]First Family Views Shuttle Atlantis
President Barack Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama, daughters Malia, left, Sasha, Mrs. Obama's mother Marian Robinson, astronaut Janet Kavandi and United Space Alliance project lead for thermal protection systems Terry White, walk under the landing gear of the space shuttle Atlantis as they visit Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla., Friday, April 29, 2011. Image Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls
Downloads: 7
[image]The Next Giant Step' - Robert McCall
A flag-bearing shuttle astronaut leans into the future, flanked by astronauts from NASA's past human spaceflight programs in ''Opening the Space Frontier, The Next Giant Step,'' a McCall painting on display at the Johnson Space Center in Houston. Credit: Robert McCall
Keywords: Where -- Johnson Space Center JSC
Downloads: 75
[image]Launch of STS-7 - Robert McCall
In this 1983 painting by Robert McCall, the launch of STS-7 from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida is depicted. This mission was the first American mission to have a female astronaut, Sally Ride. This was the seventh space shuttle mission, and was the second mission for the Space Shuttle Challenger. Credit: Robert McCall
Keywords: Who -- Sally Ride; What -- Space Shuttle Orbiter; What -- Challenger; Where -- Kennedy Space Center KSC; Where -- Florida
Downloads: 65
[image]Space Shuttles at Work - Robert McCall
Astronauts float untethered as one shuttle deploys its payload with a robotic arm and another prepares to dock with a space station. Credit: Robert McCall
Keywords: What -- Space Shuttle Orbiter
Downloads: 61
[image]Wind Tunnel - NASAPhoto by Bill Taub
A technician prepares to unlatch the door built into the guide vanes of the 16-Foot Transonic Wind Tunnel at NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia. The tunnel, one of dozens of research facilities at Langley, was built in 1939 and most recently renovated in 1990. Operating transonically or across the speed of sound, the air in the test section travels from about 150 to 1,000 miles per hour...
Keywords: What -- FAST; Where -- Langley Research Center LaRC; Where -- Virginia
Downloads: 47
[image]Robert McCall, Painting our Place in Space - NASA
Renowned artist Robert McCall, a long-time space-scene painter, passed away on Feb. 26, 2010. He was 90. McCall created art work that inspired generations and has been seen the world over in NASA mission patches, NASA artist concepts for programs and in murals at NASA centers and museums across the country. Additionally, McCall painted movie posters for the 1968 science fiction film, ''2001: A Space Odyssey.'' Credit: NASA
Downloads: 57
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